Not a Zombie!

Friday March 20th.  3.30pm.

Hi everyone, , yes it does feel as though we have dropped into the pages of a dystopian novel doesn’t it? So, in these rather isolating times, I have decided to resurrect my online presence and resume my Mrs Garnett’s Garden blog, as it looks like the garden will be one of the few places I can go to.

We are fit and well, very much alive, and there are lots of things to do here in the wilds of North Yorkshire. I’m going to start by showing you some pictures from the spring garden, just to get back into the swing of things.  I’ll try and share on Facebook, or you can subscribe to the blog for more ramblings.

It is cold but very sunny here, with a good drying wind!

Bye for now!




About mrsgarnettsgarden

After a life in International Development where I have seen many resililent women farmers bring abundance out of almost nothing, I'm now more often at home in Derbyshire with my husband David, a retired Archdeacon who runs the churches on the Chatsworth estate. Our garden and my allotment are the setting for a little diary of plants and pottering, aided and abetted by our dogs, Spaniel jess, and Collie, Pip. David is a hen fanatic so the chicken runs encroach ever nearer the house. I work freelance as an assessor for Comic Relief International grants, and also run a little not for profit agency to help African women get going in business, called "Lasting Solutions."
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